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Film historian, educationist Vijaya Mulay passes away

Renowned filmmaker and film historian Vijaya Mulay passed away on Sunday. She is best known for her film Ek Anek Aur Ekta, which won the National Film Award for Best Educational Film.

Film based on Christchurch mosque shooting in the works

Moez Masoud's Hello Brother ill follow a family facing death and destruction in Afghanistan who escape with their lives. Their story will connect with the Christchurch attacks. The title of the project is based on the last words of one of the shooter's victims.

On 107th birth anniversary, a ‘homecoming’ for Saadat Hasan Manto

Manto’s bond with Punjab and Sikhs reflects in one of his most admired works ‘Toba Tek Singh’ whose protagonist Bishan Singh, a Sikh being shifted from mental asylum in Lahore to India after partition, refuses to leave Pakistan. Torn between two countries, he finds himself in no man’s land.

SRFTI trio India’s saving grace in Cannes

The 72nd Cannes Film Festival kicks off on Tuesday with India missing from the official selection for the first time this decade.

22 movies? This Marvel Universe has 1,000 chapters

Each page of Marvel Comics No. 1000 will correlate to one year in Marvel history. Along the way, readers will see many of the marquee characters from the mighty Marvel universe like Captain America, Thor and Iron Man, and some less familiar ones, like Blue Marvel, Night Thrasher and the Three X’s.

Avengers Endgame box office collection: Marvel film earns Rs 338.35 crore

Avengers Endgame box office collection: The total collection of Avengers Endgame, starring Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr, Chris Hemsworth, Paul Rudd, Mark Ruffalo and Scarlett Johannson among others, currently stands at Rs 338.35 crore.

Dance has helped us reach out to millions across the world: Team Naach

On the occasion of International Dance Day, indianexpress.com spoke to YouTubers Team Naach and DanceFit Live.

Hazarika’s khwahishein aisi

After bagging a National Award for his debut Assamese feature Kothanodi, filmmaker Bhaskar Hazarika comes out with Aamis, a staggeringly original contemporary morality tale.

Watching Spider-Man, Ant-Man can help combat phobias: Study

According to the research, screening a seven-second excerpt of a spider scene from Spider-Man 2 reduced participants' post-viewing spider phobia (arachnophobia) symptoms score relative to their pre-viewing score by 20 per cent.

The Rainbow Heroes

The third edition of a queer film festival in Pune is about intersectionality in real lives.

Not a Drop to Drink

Filmmaker Abhishek Swain makes a point about conserving water in 30 seconds.

This Bengali TV actor looks a lot like Hrithik Roshan

Despite being one of the hottest Bengali small screen actors, Syed Arefin, the male protagonist of Star Jalsha's daily soap Irabotir Chupkatha, is a bit shy, especially when women are around.